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Special Industry Guests

Jasco Games

Jasco Games is a premier designer and publisher of table top games, collectible card games, board games, and more. Jasco Games was started in 1998a and has since developed a reputation as offering quality products and the best tabletop gaming experiences.

Jasco Games has published the following games:

  • Universal Fighting System (UFS)
  • Mega Man the Board Game
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer the Board Game
  • Top Gun: Plot Twist Party Game
  • Albion’s Legacy
  • Street Fighter: The Miniatures Game

Having extensive knowledge in the world of licensing, Jasco Games has partnered and worked with major companies such as Capcom, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, Paramount, Toei Animation, Sunrise Animation, Funimation, SnK Playmore, Level 99 Games, and more.

Japanime Games

Japanime Games is dedicated to bringing you the finest games from Japan and beyond! It’s Japanime Games’ goal to import and translate the best games from Asia and bring them to a wider audience. Our games feature some of the finest art that can be found along with engaging gameplay and quality components.

Cardboard Dynamo / Giga–Robo

Giga-Robo is the card-driven miniatures game of giant robot combat, where you customize a hand of powerful attacks, sly tactics, and devastating finishers to duel across a fully destructible city!

Alex is a game designer, film maker, and Chicago native who relishes absurdity, hyperbole and general bombast. His design philosophy is that games should always express an uncompromising vision of theme via novel mechanics.

Level99

Level99 is a board and card game publisher with a focus on game that adapt and grow as you play them. Some of their popular titles include:

  • Exceed Fighting System
  • Millennium Blades
  • and BattleCON

Matt Bitner Games

Founded in 2016, Matt Bitner Games consists of Matt Bitner and his wife, Kayla. Matt wanted to create video games from the first time he played Doom on his dad’s old 486. Inspired by the classics, he built his knowledge from the ground up in order to create a roguelike Metroidvania that captured the wonder of retro games. Matt decided to become a solo developer, dedicating himself to his first title — A Robot Named Fight! In ARNF, players assume the role of a lone robot tasked with finding ancient relics of war to grow more powerful and defeat The Megabeast. The game features procedurally generated levels with endless maps and item combinations, local co-op, and a newly-added 4-way local deathmatch mode. To learn more about Matt Bitner Games and A Robot Named Fight!, please visit https://www.arobotnamedfight.com.